Spotlight On - Restoration at Great Howe

Bryce talks us through the process and reasoning behind the removal of beech and holly at Great Howe. He explains the impact this is having on regeneration and the importance of protecting the bryophytes in the area.

This is part of our ongoing restoration work at Thirlmere where we have partnered with United Utilities and The Lake District Foundation.

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